Fans of the Italian automotive industry will be happy to know that luxury car maker Alfa Romeo is coming back to the Philippines soon.
Thanks to new car distributor Petromax Enterprises, a new dealership is set to open locally in a location that’s yet to be announced.
Having a local distributor means that you won’t have to endure the costly and time-consuming process of importation if you want to drive one of the brand’s models.
As it re-launches in the Philippines, Alfa Romeo will focus its marketing efforts on its Giulia subcompact sedan. The model, which comes in two variants, will put Alfa Romeo in direct competition with the likes of BMW’s 3-Series, Audi’s A4 and Mercedes-Benz’s C-Class.
Super and Quadrofoglio are the names of the two Giulia variants worth PhP 3,820,000 and PhP 9,550,000 respectively.
Other signature models such as the Stelvio and the 4C Spider are also expected to be re-introduced into the Philippine market soon.
Alfa Romeo was founded in 1910 and is based in Turin, Italy. It’s owned by the Fiat Chrysler group under the leadership of CEO Reid Bigland. The brand is known mostly for cars that have powerful engines, superior handling and luxurious interiors.